Rise of White Nationalism, Random Acts of Kindness Everywhere, Science Cafe: Data

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What should people be doing if they 'don't' support the ideologies of men like Richard Spencer - the white nationalist involved with Charlottesville - who now wants to speak at Ohio State? On The Sound of Ideas - we'll talk with a reporter who has not only interviewed Spencer , but has tracked the movement over the years. We'll also get a primer on the community conversation on race The Sound of Ideas will be presenting in Akron. Then, it's our monthly Science Cafe segment. We have a lot of digital clutter and a local university may have a cure.



Science Cafe: "Beyond 0's and 1's: Using chemical-based memory devices for large scale data storage"

Emily B. Pentzer, Frank Hovorka Assistant Professor of Chemistry, CWRU

November 13th, doors open at 5:30pm, presentation and discussion is 7:00 - 8:00pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Science Cafe Cleveland takes place in the Concert Hall at the Music Box Supper Club located at 1148 Main Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, 44113. 


The State of Race Relations in Akron

Throughout 2017, The Sound of Ideas will be getting out of the studio and into a library near you, to learn more about local communities, the people who live there, and the issues that matter most.

November 13th, 5pm. Free and open to the public.

Akron-Summit County Public Library- 60 S High St, Akron, OH 44326


-PJ Tobia, PBS NewsHour Producer and Correspondent 

-Ricky Smith- Founder, R.A.K.E

-Emily Pentzer – Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Case Western Reserve University

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